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Job Retention

The idea that an employee will spend their lifetime working for the same organization is no longer the norm.  An employee will likely change jobs 8 or more times throughout their working career.  However, it is important that the decision to leave the job is their own and not the result of being fired for an employee with or without disability.  

Adult workers new to the labor market and students in job transition may need extra help in learning some of the critical factors that contribute in making them a valuable employee.  Also for people with disabilities, job training and coaching can be the determining factors in career advancement or job termination.

Our Disability Job Retention Store has a variety of resources that teach skills to help employees avoid ‘the pink slip’ and will help to advance their careers.  With a primary focus on disability job training, supports it also contains DVD’s and curriculum for adults and students new to the work force.  The resources will teach competencies such as problem-solving skills, work ethics, interactions with co-workers, grooming for success, self-confidence, advocacy skills and accepting responsibility.  Program Development Associates Job Retention Store teaches people how to transform themselves into a wanted and needed commodity while helping to lay the groundwork for a successful career.


Takes viewers through the five categories of barriers that often stand between individuals and employment success and helps viewers develop the attitudes, resources, and know-how to meet their needs, analyze their options and take action.

Examines what post-placement services need to be available to help clients retain and advance in jobs.

Provides encouragement for high school students, reminding them that there are different avenues to a successful and rewarding life after high school.

A town, a school embrace inclusion! An inspiring story of one man's life.

Teaches such competencies as the ability to self-examine one's strengths and weaknesses, creative problem-solving skills, self-confidence and assertiveness, advocacy skills, and accepting responsibility.

Teaches people very specific techniques to create a career path that constantly moves toward their highest goals for salary and achievement.

This video teaches viewers how to build up themselves, build a relationship with their boss, and build relationships with others.

Viewers learn how to prepare themselves, prepare themselves with their employer, prepare their family and friends, make use of helpful tools, and succeed on their first day.

Features real life workers with developmental disabilities along with their employers.

Developed to help staff working in school-to-work transition programs and supported employment programs.

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